About This Show
World Footprints is a multi award-winning radio show and leading voice in socially responsible travel & lifestyle. High-profile guests have included Maya Angelou, James Carville, Jack Hanna, Bobby Kennedy, Jr., David Rockefeller, Jr., Ken Burns and many others who are leaving a legacy of positive footprints.
World Footprints takes listeners on remarkable journeys from dinosaur digs in Montana, the White House and Olympic Games to the United Nations. Our goal is to foster global citizenship, encourage responsible travel and positive lifestyle choices, and connect the dots and bridge cultural gaps.
Join us and explore the world.
Most Recent Episode
Celebrating the US National Park Service Centennial and exploring World Heritage Sties in Conflict Zones
Oct 9 16
World Footprints will talk to intrepid travelers, explore America's National Parks and endangered World Heritage Sites, and we'll pay a visit to the Philippines and Northern Florida.
CongoFirst, the Congo's Virunga National Park has been ensnared in bloody conflict for years but National Geographic Explorer correspondent, Justin Hall, discusses whether this vast natural resource can uplift the Congo's fortunes.
Then, hear about what lies "Beyond the Horizon" with author and traveler Christopher Many, who has taken some unconventional means to traveler around the world.
Also, we welcome back television personality and former Travel Channel host, Samantha Brown, who has joined forces with AARP to celebrate the centennial of the U.S. National Park Service.
Finally, Dr. Mechtild Rossler, Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Center joins World Footprints to discuss the challenges facing World Heritage Sites in war-torn regions.
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US National Park Service
UNESCO Programming for World Heritage Sites
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